How the mother of an autistic man helped change state law on driver’s licenses
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In the spring of 2018, Kelly Richardson’s 18-year-old autistic son, Hunter, was pulled over by police in Salem while driving home from work.
“This is like an autism parent’s worst nightmare,” Kelly Richardson said.
Hunter Richardson had rolled through a red light to turn right as he left the parking lot of the Walmart on North Broadway, where he worked.